Recent Content List Funding

AllSports Activity Fund
The AllSports Activity Fund provides physically disabled young people with grants to help overcome t[...]
Halberg Disability Sports Foundation Founded by Olympic champion Sir Murray Halberg (ONZ) in 1963, the Halberg Disability Sport Foundation aims to enhance the lives of physically disabled young people, their families and communities, by enabling them to participate in sport. Through Halberg’s AllSports programme, physically disabled young people are supported to participate in sport though funding grants and mentoring. AllSports also has [read more]
Funding for Maori
The Maori Education Trust (MET) is financed from private bequests and trusts set up from individuals or businesses. A primary function of the Trust is to provide and administer scholarships in education for Maori students. In addition to MET funded awards, the trust is also contracted to administer scholarships on behalf of the Ministry of Education and other agencies.  Please [read more]
Fundraising for International Athletes
In recognition of the vital role performance athletes play in our community, Sport Manawatu has esta[...]
The Sport Manawatu Online Fundraising Scheme provides an opportunity for the athlete to raise some cash as well as raising their profile. Sport Manawatu will also promote the fundraising efforts of the athlete via the Sport Manawatu website, e-newsletters, and other means to help maximise financial support.   All funds raised will be transferred to the athlete at the end of [read more]
How to get it
We have a variety of information on funding for community, sport and recreation organisations including; Gaming machine funding Local authorities funding options Other funding Gaming Machine Funding Societies: These are the organisations that own and operate gaming machines and make grants to non-profit community organisations. Sites: These are pubs and other venues where gaming machines are located. They do not own the machines and must not [read more]
Sport Manawatu Funding-Home
People often think that we have an unlimited supply of money, and that we pick and choose what we want to fund, but in reality, we’re a non-profit who manage a number of funds that give us very specific guidelines on what we can and cannot fund. At Sport Manawatu we work with the Sports Assistance Fund and the KiwiSport [read more]
Sports Assistance Fund
What is the Sports Events Partnership Fund The Sports Events Partnership Fund has been established by the Palmerston North City Council and the administration responsibilities of this fund has been given to Sport Manawatu. The fund is to be allocated throughout the Sport Manawatu's financial year from 1 July - 30 June. Purpose of the fund The purpose of the Sports Assistance Fund is [read more]